36 RV Parks near Dillard, Georgia
May 2017 - $41.00
This is a gorgeous park and everyone that works here is wonderful. The heated outdoor pool was amazing and we loved the indoor hot tub (it's gigantic). The grounds are beautiful and very well cared for. People seemed to be friendly, but there was barely a soul out at night. Call me old-fashioned, but my idea of camping is sitting outside at night by the campfire and you just didn't see that there. They do not have fire pits; however, you can still have a fire as long as you bring your own and it's at least 6" off the ground. We had one so we were probably the only people outside after dark. The placement of the tree on our site (and some of the other sites around us), made it a little difficult to place the fire pit but we managed. The wifi was not extremely reliable in the evening (appeared to work better during the day so I'm not sure if that was because more people were connecting in the evening??). It appeared they were installing additional wifi antennas (or whatever you call them) the day before we left so that may improve in the future. We had no problems with AT&T cell phone service at the campground. Overall, it was a wonderful experience and we will definitely be back. - Campdog41
Nov 2016 - $35.00
This is one of the most Beautiful RV Facilities we have visited. The sites were roomy and neatly laid out. We had WIFI and Cable TV and the water pressure was great. We met some really nice people while there. We will be returning soon. - Psmith2
Oct 2016 - $50.00
Overall this is a very nice park. It is close to US Hwy 441 and in a beautiful area. There are many waterfalls, zip lines, at least one winery, and places to go hiking. Most of the rental sites are stone and are back in and are small. There is a pool a large indoor whirlpool and a dry sauna....all very nice. It appeared that on weekends they have activities for kids too. The wifi is a little weak at times, but better than in a lot of parks. - ahmavic
Jun 2012 - $12.00
Lazy Z is a small family owned campground. Sites are on the small side. Some on a little pond in the park. Sewer hookup is available on limited spots. A dump station is available. Sites are all gravel. We reserve our site and go back every year. Passport America is accepted. - oldcutup
Apr 2017 - $60.00
Beautiful campground on residential property situated on a high bluff overlooking the mountains. This is a very unique place with great people and a small warm family atmosphere. The owners are wonderful and treat there guests as family. Small and quaint. Has to be one of the most enjoyable campground you will ever experience. If you stay here once, you will be back. the surrounding area is great with beautiful waterfalls to visit. Getting in and up the hill requires a motorhome or good pull vehicle. Call and ask if you have a trailer/fifth wheel as you may not be able to get to the sites. - cgc
Oct 2016 - $50.00
Cardinal Ridge is certainly not your typical RV Park. It is an authentic RV Retreat--very unique. We immediately knew we were in a special place when we were greeted by a "Welcome Ken and Robin" sign outside of the office. At Cardinal Ridge you are welcomed as valued guests and friends--not just as customers! Cardinal Ridge has only 7 sites, most of which are high on the side of a mountain overlooking the Smokies near Franklin, NC. Note: The road to several of these sites is quite steep--but we had no problems getting into our site. We were guided to our site, assisted in set up and then the owner returned in about 30 min. to take us on a tour of the large property on numerous trails full of beautiful sites containing park benches and great views. The owners are very knowledgeable about the area and offered many good tips of great drives along the back roads and to the many interesting small towns in the area. This was the perfect spot to spend a few days just relaxing, soaking in the beauty and hospitality and watching the deer and the wild turkeys in the area. It's no wonder that most of Cardinal Ridge's guests are return visitors. It is definitely high on our list of places we would like to return to. - MissouriBird
Sep 2016 - $45.00
Wonderful RV experience. Gorgeous views of mountains. You are nestled up in the mountains. Hosts are wonderful and offer everything that you need for a self contained motorhome. They make you feel like family. Beautiful trails and places for meditation. Very well kept and hosts live on premises. - kwilliam
Oct 2016 - $15.00
Stayed here 6 weeks in all. Park has 22 sites and also cabin rentals. Quiet, nicely landscaped, extremely well maintained. Owners live on the property and handle everything themselves. Mountain City is north of Clayton and Dillard, GA, and about 25 minutes from Franklin, NC. Great location, helpful and accommodating owners, lots of repeat business. - christiana5
Sep 2016 - $25.00
Had a great time, only wish we could have stayed longer. We were escorted to our site. It's a small campground but they were terrific. On Saturday night we had a bonfire and music with all the campers. Would enjoy going back, and if possible we will. - Ted1939
Sep 2016 - $15.00
My wife and I would have been extra delighted to have found a park like this when we traveled to Alaska from Georgia. It is right off the main highway with everything we needed for our one night stay. Very helpful owners and operators. As a PA member this was a great deal and nice place to stay the night. - Bill Strandberg
May 2017 - $20.00
Really pretty, secluded campground. No hook ups, but the showers and bathrooms were exceedingly clean, and the camp hosts couldn't have been more welcoming. We'll definitely be back. - Mjmurray98
Jul 2016 - $16.00
Primitive campground, beautiful area, super camp hosts. - MarkBlain
Apr 2017 - $32.00
Another great Georgia state park! Bathrooms heated, clean, and well-maintained. Some sites are long enough for very long rigs, but getting in and out will be difficult. The road to the campground is very curvy, narrow, and up hill. Within the campground, roads are twisty and narrow. Forested, but not dense. Enough separation that we did not hear our neighbors. Verizon 4G. There were still plenty of sites in early April. Reservations are not site-specific, so it helps to arrive early for better selection. Great views and a number of nice trails. - OlderGoat
Oct 2016 - $30.00
We have stayed at Black Rock and loved it every time. The staff is attentive and the property of clean. The sites are very wooded and quiet. It's a tough pull even in a new truck to get your rv up the windy mountain road.
This time we found the trading post closed and open only on weekend afternoons. Our water went out the first day and the park restrooms also closed. Would have been nice to have someone stop by to explain they were working on the problem, but that did not happen.
The campground host kept driving around in an old golf cart that back fired every time she stopped. Sounded similar to a gun shot.
We noticed they have thinned out a lot got the trees on the sites, luckily we were able to get a secluded site. Drive around before parking and find a nice secluded site.
I would also note the tent campers who pay less take up a lot of the good sites. Kinda aggravating. There should be a tent area.
The addition of cable was great, but there is no wifi. - Mattd
Oct 2016 - $28.00
Climb up was steep but worth it. Host was very helpful. Camp office was never open. Had to work with host for ice and wood. Sewer connection was located on the way out of the park next to the building for garbage. Very accessible although tight. Site also had cable TV right next to power which was a great option. - FreedomExp
May 2008 - $1.00
This place has been out of business since 2004 or 2005. I think it is a trailer park if it is even still around. - bigdiesel81
Apr 2016 - $40.00
Wonderful campground! Great pavilion with fireplace, gliding chairs and tables and benches. Nice landscaping. The park hosts were new to the area but were very attentive and very friendly. Would definitely stay here again. Best campground in Franklin. - Lexusrx350
Jun 2015 - $33.00
This is a hidden gem, clean, beautiful landscape, friendly gatherings in beautiful shelter plus the most helpful, hardworking camp hosts we have ever encountered, they have been so helpful to everyone, from answering questions to helping with mechanical problems. This is definitely a 10. - jabelbot
Jun 2015 - $29.00
This is undoubtedly the prettiest park we have visited--small but flowers and extra touches everywhere. We were in a back-in space in back section which is well shaded all day. Pad was mulch, which was soft and drained well when it rained but may not be so great if site is not level. Hosts were fantastic--friendly, helpful, and even had campfires in evenings in pavilion. Park has large pull-through gravel sites up front, which are full sun, but easy for big rigs. - Jallench
Aug 2016 - $27.00
My first impression was to hang a 1 star rating on this campground and pack up and leave. After some thought however I thought it best to be objective so other campers could get a clear unbiased review of this campground. The experience started when we arrived to find that the pull thru site we had reserved was not available and we had to take a back in site. The roads were very narrow with tight turns. About 50% of the roads were paved....the rest were gravel as were the sites. 90 to 95% of the sites in here were seasonal. I saw only about 8 sites for daily/weekly campers. While pull thru sites are advertised there are only 4 in the entire place. Both electric and water were not controlled from our site but the site next door. It took a good 15 mins. of troubleshooting when we set up to figure this out. My observation was that the seasonal people pay the bills and transients are not a priority. There was no water in the bathrooms/showers/laundry for the first 2 days we were there. While their websites shows mountain vista views, our view was of a church parking lot and a large propane tank. There was moderate noise from the highway in front of the park.
On the positive side, the manager/owner was very nice and tried to be helpful. The seasonal residents were also very nice, quiet and willing to share local knowledge.
The sites were mostly shaded. The price was reasonable. - TLL
Aug 2015 - $27.00
Manager was very nice and helpful. This is a lovely area and park. Most of the sites are seasonal rentals so it is best to call ahead to make sure there is one available. Our site was difficult to get into and very close to other sites but manager helped. Some sites have lots of shade/trees; others have mix of shade and sun. Our site was too tight to have a campfire; picnic table was small and could only seat two adults. - SDeasy
Oct 2013 - $26.00
Staff and campers were very friendly. Pull-thru site was quite long. Be careful when making turns in campground. Some are very tight and must be taken as wide as possible, especially if you're in a longer motorhome. Best to have someone outside to guide you through the turns. Some of the trees could have been better trimmed. - TGOHal
May 2015 - $30.00
All sites are full hook up with 30/50 amp. WiFi and cable (minimal) are provided. Satellite tv friendly. On HWY 64 but before the road becomes mountainous. Very friendly, clean park. No entertainment amenities like swimming pools, etc. but all sites back up to the river where you can fish for trout. Guests frequent the Gazebo daily for "happy hour". - edwilson
May 2015 - $30.00
Pet friendly with plenty of room to exercise them.
Conveniently located to tourist attractions, shopping and restaurants.
Friendly and helpful management. - Frank g